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f THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JAN. 18, 1921
Worst Storm In
Years Hits Kauai
(Continued from page 1)
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crete foundations also having been
washed away. The bridge, when
inspected on Sunday afternoon, still
seemed to hare suffered no apparent
damage according to Engineer Mora
gne who was looking over the damage
on Monday morning, but the force
of the water on Sunday had evidently
already undermined it, causing it to
collapse during the night.
Railroad Bridge at Wailua
Hanging In the Balance
Just below the Wailua school, the
grading of the new railroad seemed
to have been damaged as the water
had washed away the dirt, making
holes In several places. The force
of the Hawaiian Dredging Company
labored all day to clear away the
accumulation of trees and boulders
from the new railroad bridge which
was in danger of being destroyed by
the large volume of water from the
mountains. Some new wooden piles
Just driven in were slanting towards
the ocean, showing the Tremendous
force of the water at the height of
the flood on Sunday morning. Instead
of a stream of about fifty yards wide,
the river rose In size to mora than
double its ordinary width. Some
onlooker, with an eye for the making
of a record for future floods to shoot
at, went down beside the stream and
chopped a large mark on a tree show
ing the height to which the water
rose. On the Kapaa aide of the
main road opposite the cocoannt
grove, the waves dashed with, such
force that a part of the road was
washed away. Railroad ties were
placed there to Indicate the dangerous
section. Near the government stone
crusher several hundred yards from
the bridge, autoists had to swim their
machines through a section of about
seventy five yards In water two feet
Bridge and Buildings Wrecked
At Kapala the bridge spanning the
short cut to the main road was swept
away early In the morning together
with. Ah Chock's garage and a couple
of old buildings. The Bo Wong Soo
lety club house, the only one of its
kind on Kauai, had its foundations
weakened to such an extent that the
building was likely to topple Into the
stream at about a forty-five degree
The Nawiliwili rice fields were
flooded and an old house back of
the garage was partly in the stream,
Its foundations having been washed
ANOTHER PANAMA CANAL
, Secretary Baker is advocating . an
other Panama Canal on the grounds
that the present one is already be'
coming inadequate for the commer
clal needs of the world to say nothing
of the possible military requirements
of the United States.
There has always been a good deal
of criticism of the lock system, and
this becomes more pronounced as
the traffic Increases. The demand
now is for a sea-level canal from
ocean to ocean, and of greater capa
With the possibility of any such
enterprise interest in the Nicaragua
scheme is revived. This has always
beep advocated in many quarters as
the best and cheapest plan, and cer
talnly as the best second location its
claims would be great.
KAUAI GLEE ClWs
NOTICE TO PATRON8
Owing to the removal of Alapaki
Smith from Nawiliwili to Kilauea
under .whose management the Kauai
Glee Club has been very successful in
supplying up-to-date music for dances
etc. to the Kauai Community for the
last four months, and, during the ab
sence of 'the Club's former manager,
the Kauai Glee Club begs to announce
that its Crack Violinist, Kelekoma
Walau, otherwise and more popularly
known among Hawaiian Glee Club
Circles of Honolulu as "Pauoa" will
take charge of the Club. "Pauoa" the
violinist has been serving on the
Matson liners for the last six years,
playing his violin to and fro from Hon
olulu to San Francisco and back, and
is now again trying land life on
Patrons of the Kauai Glee Club
will have the usual and kind courtesy
of the Club by arranging muslo orders
with Kelekoma Waiau, the violinist,
or with William Ellis, who will assist
him in the managing of the Club
They will both be found at Nawiliwili
and by phone No. 109-L. Ask for
Willie anyhow, if you really want
up-to-date and jazzy music. Famous
and popular Hawaiian music will be
furnished on special request. St.
HOT DOG, BOYSl
If you oil ha any desires to see the mos ilegint splendi
ferous, crnp-ahuotin bunch of black faced comedians ever
assembled m this here Gahdnn Islun of Kauai. and 'ef you
cres to heah the la tea ou songs and to tandlj ear to the
oltVst cullud jokes ever promulgated, grab yo rabbit foot In
one hr.n and yo razzor in tother and make one gran rush for
ihp ticket stand which is bcin operate in the Lihue Store by
Tiiiumifc Soapor, wif two const ubles to watch him an the cash,
a;td get it enhd boad ticket for tie grand
Tip Top Theatre
Saturday, March 5 at 7:30 o'clock in the night.
That ticket is gwine cost you all six bits, eight bits, or
one bon and foir bits, depeudin entirely and abserpolutvly on
whar you desires to be located while you ah doin youah laffin.
Here is one chanct that you all has got to laff yonsef to
death and to hve the cash what you pays fo your ticket
doughnutted to the Lihue Public Library, and the Lawd done
knows it needs money ef it is gwine to get any books printed
since Robinson Crcwso'e was a pup, ,
Are You Well? , v
IF YOU HAVE. YOUR HEALTHKEEP IT!
IF YOU ARE NOT WELL GET WELL!
CHIROPRACTIC will help you to do both
1. Slight subluxations at this point will
eause so-called headaehes, eye disease, deaf-
pelvis and lower extremities.
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The Chiropractor, by a distinct movement of the hands adjusts
the spinal segments to the natural position to free the nerves from
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to be showed at the
nets, epilepsy, . Tertigo, Insomnia, wry neck,
facial paralysis, locemetor ataxia, etc.
2. A slight subluxation of a vertebra in '
this past ef the spine is the cause of so-called
throat trouble, neuralgia, pain in the shoulders
and arms, goitre, nervous prostration, la
grippe, dizziness, bleeding from nose, disorder
of gums, catarrh, etc.
S. The arrow head marked No. 8 locates
the part of the spine wherein subluxations will
cause so-called bronchitis, felons, pain between
t the shoulder blades, rheumatism of the arms
and shoulders, hay fever, writers cramp, etc. '
' " 4. A vertebral subluxation at this point
causes -called nervousness, heart disease,"
asthma, pneumonia, tuberculosis, difficult
breathing, otherlung troubles, etc. '
(. Stomach and liver troubles, enlarge
ment of the spleen, pleurisy and a score of '
other troubles, so-called, are caused by sublux
tions in this part of the spine,' sometimes so
light as to remain unnoticed by others except
the trained Chiropractor. ,
0. Here we find the cause of so-called pall
stones, dyspepsia of upper bowels, fevers, shin
gles, hiccoughs, worms, efc.
7. Bright's disease, diabetes, floating kid
ney, skin disease, boils, erruptions and other
diseases, so-called, are caused by nerves being
pinched In the spinal openings at this point
8. Regulations of such troubles as so
called appendicitis, peritonitis, lumbago, etc.,
fellow Chiropractic adjustments at this point.
9. Why have so-called constipation, rectal t
troubles, sciatica, etc., when Chiropractic ad
justments at this part of the spiue will remove
the cause? '
10. A slight slippage of one or both In
nominate bones will likewise produce so-called
sciatica, together with many "diseases" of